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A double digit day

October 28, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

Walk: 1.7 miles; Run: 2 miles; Bike: 6.8 miles. All that on a day in which I didn’t really feel like exerting energy. I managed to get a walk in with my dog before a cold rain came along, and by the time 7 p.m. got here I really didn’t want to go to the gym. Since it’s still not a full habit yet, I forced myself to go.

When I got on the treadmill, I didn’t really want to run, so I stopped at 2 miles. My initial goal was just 3 or so anyway and then bike a few miles. I ended up doing a little more on the bike to compensate. The more run-bike routines or bike-run routines I can do, the better prepared I’ll be for a duathlon next year. I’ll save run-bike-run workouts for the weekends. It feels good to get that started now. Plus one point of joining a gym was to do less running, so it seems to all be working out so far.

October is turning out to be a very interesting month for me mileage wise. I’ve ran almost 50 miles so far — twice as much as lowly September — and I’m looking to intensify my non-running workouts this week to end the month strong. All in all, I really like where things are headed with winter quickly coming.

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  1. Andrew is getting fit
    October 28, 2008 at 6:58 am

    Looks like joining the gym was a good move!

  2. Christina
    October 28, 2008 at 2:55 pm

    I admire your dedication — habits are formed after doing something for 21 days, so keep it up and going to the gym will become more of a habit for you!

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